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2011 Kawasaki Vulcan Vaquero Review Photo Gallery
The 2011 Kawasaki Vulcan Vaquero has been our trusty steed for the last month.
Our first ride left us wanting more, so we've been putting Kawasaki's new bagger, the 2011 Vulcan Vaquero, to the test as a tourer and daily commuter. Read all about it in our
2011 Kawasaki Vulcan Vaquero Review
The pioneer-style Wood House outside of Eagle Point, Oregon, served as the perfect backdrop for the 2011 Vulcan Vaquero.
2011 Kawasaki Vulcan Vaquero Dyno Chart
The tail end of the Vaquero looks like it might have come out of Detroit in the '50s.
Cruise control comes standard for those long rides when your throttle hand needs a break.
We give the look and usefullness of the Vaquero's cockpit a thumbs up, but that black plastic console strip has to go.
The Vaquero has good power and even more impressive handling.
The Vulcan Vaquero is powered by a 52-degree V-Twin with an undersquare 102mm bore X 104mm stroke.
With its muscle-car styling, we thought the Vaquero would fit right in at the local drive-in.
Its combination of good power, solid handling, well-sorted suspension, and comfortable ergos make the Vaquero a viable tourer.
We've logged over 2000 miles on the Vaquero and its been good for over 39 mpg.
The Vaquero has character, from its styling to the pulse of its engine.
From the twisties of Carmel Valley to the turns around Shasta, the bike hugged the road.
Viva Vaquero! Now giddyup!
The Vaquero feels compact and transitions side-to-side well without feeling top heavy.
Kawasaki enters the bagger segment with its 2011 Vulcan Vaquero.
The front fairing of the Vaquero comes straight off the Voyager but looks a little more aggressive thanks to the shorty smoked windscreen.
Oh give me a home, where the Vaquero roam!
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